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Khaliat al Nahal (known by many as Khaliat Nahal) literally means Bee's Hive in Arabic. This is because the buns are baked close to each other in a round pan in a honeycomb like pattern and also because they are glazed with honey flavoured syrup. Foun

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Khaliat al Nahal (known by many as Khaliat Nahal) literally means Bee's Hive in Arabic. This is because the buns are baked close to each other in a round pan in a honeycomb like pattern and also because they are glazed with honey flavoured syrup.

Found the recipe in Cucumber Town, looked awesome & after making it, tastes as good as it looks.

However as we did not have cream cheese we substituted it with Mozzarella cheese and fennel seeds instead of Black sesame seeds....

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Beehive
Arabic, Dessert, 20 mins prep. time. Recipe by Kholoud

Khaliat al Nahal (known by many as Khaliat Nahal) literally means Bee's Hive in Arabic. This is because the buns are baked close to each other in a round pan in a honeycomb like pattern and also because they are glazed with honey flavoured syrup. Foun

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